As we look back again at past Hall of Fame inductees and we spread things out from the WWE bubble and find another Hall of Fame. This is the reason I chose to head over to Impact Wrestling and look back at the person they chose to induct a year ago. Since Impact Wrestling decided to make their division for the women there have been few constants over the years, but one person always seems to be involved and that is Gail Kim. In 2004, Gail made her WWE debut and though it was a bumpy she found her in TNA first with America's Most Wanted and then in the Knockouts Division.
Through the years Gail has proven just how good she is and how much of a mistake it was for the WWE to misuse her especially now that they actually care about women's wrestling. However, at this point it seems more likely that Gail will continue to help rebuild the Impact Wrestling division over heading to the WWE. To list of the achievements Gail Kim has mounted over the years which included her holding a record seven Knockout Championship reigns, & over all the reigns she has held the title for over 700 days.
If Impact Wrestling wants to also mesh the Knockouts into the Hall of Fame like they should then there is no better person to let be the first induction other than Gail Kim. The reason for this is that if you look at one thing that Impact announcers always mentioned was they would talk about the "founding fathers" of the X-Division & one phrase ROH would also use that. Gail is no doubt a founding member of the Knockouts Division and should be always remembered as someone who laid the ground work for Women or Knockouts in TNA.
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